The Types of CBD

Back in the old days, you could only get CBD from the flower of the cannabis plant. We’ve come a long way since then. Now that CBD is used as a medicine, it comes in many different varieties for an assortment of concerns. CBD is any form is helpful, but choosing the right medium will maximize the healing power CBD has to offer.


Topicals come in handy when your concern is somewhere on or below the skin. Many people use CBD for acne, rashes, irritation, chronic skin conditions, and muscular pain. High quality CBD topicals utilize nanotechnology, a process by which micronized CBD can be absorbed deeply into the skin to create meaningful relief. They can safely be applied multiple times a day.


Tinctures help with internal concerns. Many people use tinctures for pain, anxiety, insomnia, stress relief, nausea relief, and to mitigate the side effects of other medical treatments. Tinctures absorb very quickly and are able to be utilized by the body almost immediately. They’ll get to work on unpleasant side effects and undesirable feelings in as quickly as 30 minutes. People with chronic conditions often need to use tinctures regularly in order to see long term relief. 


CBD capsules have a true medicinal quality. People who need to maintain a measured daily dose of CBD for an indefinite amount of time often rely on CBD capsules. Capsules take a while to work. They have to be digested before the CBD can enter the bloodstream, triggering the response of the body’s endocannabinoid system. CBD capsules are the best option for people who have implemented a CBD regimen and are in maintenance mode.


People with chronic conditions that experience immediate onset of those conditions often prefer to vape CBD. Think of this delivery method the same way you would think of a rescue inhaler for someone who has asthma. Vaping is a preferred delivery method for people who experience things like migraines, panic attacks, or seizures. The effects of vaping CBD begin immediately and can last as long as 5 hours depending on the dose. 


Edibles seem like the most fun way to ingest CBD, but they are unfortunately one of the least effective. CBD is used as an ingredient in food, most often baked goods or candy. The body then digests the food and slowly releases the CBD to the endocannabinoid system through the bloodstream. Because they’re taken with food, there’s no telling when edibles will start working. They aren’t very consistent and may not produce the relief many CBD users desire.

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